[Sugar-devel] Port to python 3 project

James Cameron quozl at laptop.org
Mon Mar 11 23:52:07 EDT 2019

Yes, the GSoC project idea is for porting Sugar and the core

The Toolkit is to be Python 2 and Python 3 according to how it is
installed.  A typical system may have two installs of the Toolkit.

Porting of other activities can be done if there is time available, or
as part of demonstrating your capability in a proposal.

Sugargame is ported, but is waiting for release of Toolkit.


But don't imagine the GSoC project idea is only porting of source
code; there must also be releasing, packaging, and testing.  It was
too much for GSoC 2018.

On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 02:26:34PM +0530, aniket mathur wrote:
> Porting of all fructose activities was included as a part of the GSOC project.
> Does porting other activities to python 3 is not required  or simply  it is of
> less priority?
> Sugargame is also not ported to python 3.

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